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jmess : Build Instructions for Linux

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jmess can save an XML file with all the current jack connections. This same file can
be loaded to connect evrything again. The XML file can also be edited.
It alse also has the option to disconnect all the clients.
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Dependencies:

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You need to have installed the libraries in your system:
qt4-devel
jack-audio-connection-kit-devel

If you are using yum (in Fedora Core 6 or 7 for example) you can just install
them (as root) with:
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yum install qt4-devel jack-audio-connection-kit-devel
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Build:

to build, just go to the src directory and type the following two commands:
./m
make

If evreything works fine, you will have the excecutable jmess ready to use.
If you wish, you can install it in your system. Just type (as root):
make install

If you want to uninstall:
make uninstall

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Usage:

For a list a commands, just type:
./jmess

If you want to save your current connections (connected with qjackctl for example)
just type:

./jmess -s filename.xml

All your connections are saved in filename.xml.

If you want to load them:
./jmess -c filename.xml

And if you first want to disconnect all and the load the saved connections:
./jmess -d -c filename.xml

If you just want to disconnect all:
./jmess -d


Juan-Pablo Caceres